Port Trevorton, Pa. – Evangelical Regional Mobile Medical Services (ERMMS) not too long ago introduced it has reached an settlement with Port Trevorton Fire Department to reinforce emergency response in the neighborhood with a cellular intensive care ambulance, or MICU, on the Snyder County station.
The new ambulance, which will probably be totally staffed 24 hours a day, will start servicing Port Trevorton and the encircling communities on March 1, 2021.
“We enormously admire the chance to construct on the custom of wonderful emergency response at Port Trevorton Fire Department,” stated Jonathan Bastian, Operations Director for ERMMS. “As a company, we’re dedicated to making sure everybody has entry to emergency medical providers no matter the place they reside or the time of day.”
“Our crew at Station 60 has been caring for our neighborhood for over 70 years,” stated Zachary Brubaker, Fire Chief of the Port Trevorton firm. “Any approach that we will work to make sure our neighbors and associates have emergency and medical response accessible to them is a win for everybody. Partnering with ERMMS will assist us meet that objective.”
ERMMS will honor current ambulance memberships within the Port Trevorton protection space via the renewal date. At that point, ERMMS memberships will probably be provided to residents and companies.
ERMMS was launched in October 2019 in response to an area, state, and nationwide scarcity of Emergency Medical Service (EMS) volunteers. While Evangelical Community had been offering staffing assist for ambulance corporations from Middleburg to Watsontown with EMTs and Paramedics, ERMMS represents a long-term answer to offering constant, top quality emergency medical providers to the area.